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VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Caserma dei Gladiatori o Quadriportico del Teatro.

Gladiators Barracks or Quadriporticus of the theatre.

Excavated 1766 to 1769, 1774, 1779, 1791 to 1794 and 1814.

 

Part 1      Part 2      Part 3      Part 4      Part 5      Part 6

 

According to Gell –

“This square is commonly called the Soldiers' Quarters.

The fluted columns are of coarse stone, coated with stucco, and coloured; two, in the centre of each side, are painted blue, the rest alternately red and yellow.

The lower undiminishing portions of all, unfluted, are of a dark red; between each, seem to have been pedestals.

On a column, near the centre of one end, is the figure of a soldier, or gladiator, scratched with a nail: and about are idly scrawled, in the same manner, names in Latin or Greek.

In the rooms around, skeletons were found, the decayed bones of the legs and arms retained by iron fetters.

Pieces of armour, for the legs, thighs, and arms, were discovered in the exedra, in the middle of the east end, as well as helmets, ornamented with dolphins and tridents, in relief, some incrusted in silver.

On one was represented the principal events in the taking of Troy; others had visors, gratings, or round holes to see through.

From their size and weight, it has been disputed whether they were ever worn, or only intended for ornament or trophies.

Sir W. Hamilton, who was present at their discovery, saw their linings, which have since fallen out or decayed: they were probably used in the theatre.

Amongst other matters was a curious trumpet of brass, with six ivory flutes, all communicating with one mouth-piece.

The flutes were without holes for the fingers.

A chain of brass hung to this instrument, for the apparent purpose of securing it to the trumpeter's shoulder.

lt is now in the Museum.”

See Gell, W. and Gandy, J., 1852. Pompeiana: Third Edition. London: Bohn. (p.184-185)

 

VIII.7.16 Gladiators Barracks, with Theatres to the right of centre, Looking west across I.1, and I.2 across Via Stabiana towards VIII.7. 1957. Looking west across model in Naples Museum. Photo by Stanley A. Jashemski.
Source: The Wilhelmina and Stanley A. Jashemski archive in the University of Maryland Library, Special Collections (See collection page) and made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial License v.4. See Licence and use details. J57f0555

VIII.7.16 Gladiators Barracks, with Theatres to the right of centre. Looking west across I.1, and I.2 across Via Stabiana towards VIII.7. 1957.

Looking west across model in Naples Museum. Photo by Stanley A. Jashemski.

Source: The Wilhelmina and Stanley A. Jashemski archive in the University of Maryland Library, Special Collections (See collection page) and made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial License v.4. See Licence and use details.

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VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2005. Entrance from Via Stabiana into Gladiators Barracks.
According to PAH, 23rd July 1768, p.219-220 –
“We have worked where we believe, according to the past report, is the main entrance of the Quartiere. 
Painted above the plaster of the two walls that form this entrance the inscriptions below have been found, which are only the most visible among many that can be seen."

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2005. Entrance from Via Stabiana into Gladiators Barracks.

According to PAH, 23rd July 1768, p.219-220 –

“We have worked where we believe, according to the past report, is the main entrance of the Quartiere.

Painted above the plaster of the two walls that form this entrance the inscriptions below have been found, which are only the most visible among many that can be seen."

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Entrance from Via Stabiana into Gladiators Barracks. Inscriptions on left wall as you exit the Quartiere.
According to PAH, 23rd July 1768, p.219-220 –
“We have worked where we believe, according to the past report, is the main entrance of the Quartiere. 
Painted above the plaster of the two walls that form this entrance the inscriptions below have been found, which are only the most visible among many that can be seen.
The first inscription up to the AED. I. D. V remains on the left wall as you exit the Quartiere; and the others that are transcribed below remain on the right wall.
The letters of the word POMPEIS are 2 ½ palms high, the others are in proportion; the colours are mentioned next to them.”

PAH, 23 Luglio 1768, p.219-220 –
“Si era lavorata dove si crede, secondo il passato rapporto, sia l’ingresso principale del Quartiere. Dipinte sovra le tonache delle due pareti che formano questo ingresso si sono scoverte le qui sotto notate iscrizioni, che solo sono le più visibili fra molte che se ne travedono.
La prima iscrizione sino al AED. I. D. V resta sulla parete sinistra nell’uscire del Quartiere; e le altre che sono trascritte sotto restano nella parete destra.
Le lettere della parola POMPEIS sono alte palmi 2 ½, le altre sono in proporzione; circa i colori vi sono notati accanto.”
See Fiorelli G., 1860. Pompeianarum antiquitatum historia, Vol. 1: 1748 - 1818, Naples, (p.219-220).

The Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss/Slaby (See www.manfredclauss.de) records

] MAIAE(?)
[3] tertio leg(?)
/
Ampliati [3] famil(ia) glad(iatoria) pugn(abit)
Form[i]is ve[nat(io)] spars(iones) et vel(a) er[unt]
/
Totius orbis desiderium
mun[us meu]m ubi(que)
cum P[a]mp[h]ilo [et] Fortunato   [CIL IV 1184]

C(aius) Iun(ius) Iarinus
aed(ilem) I D v(irum)   [CIL IV 1092]

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Entrance from Via Stabiana into Gladiators Barracks. Inscriptions on left wall as you exit the Quartiere.

According to PAH, 23rd July 1768, p.219-220 –

“We have worked where we believe, according to the past report, is the main entrance of the Quartiere.

Painted above the plaster of the two walls that form this entrance the inscriptions below have been found, which are only the most visible among many that can be seen.

The first inscription up to the AED. I. D. V remains on the left wall as you exit the Quartiere; and the others that are transcribed below remain on the right wall.

The letters of the word POMPEIS are 2 ½ palms high, the others are in proportion; the colours are mentioned next to them.”

 

PAH, 23 Luglio 1768, p.219-220 –

“Si era lavorata dove si crede, secondo il passato rapporto, sia l’ingresso principale del Quartiere. Dipinte sovra le tonache delle due pareti che formano questo ingresso si sono scoverte le qui sotto notate iscrizioni, che solo sono le più visibili fra molte che se ne travedono.

La prima iscrizione sino al AED. I. D. V resta sulla parete sinistra nell’uscire del Quartiere; e le altre che sono trascritte sotto restano nella parete destra.

Le lettere della parola POMPEIS sono alte palmi 2 ½, le altre sono in proporzione; circa i colori vi sono notati accanto.”

See Fiorelli G., 1860. Pompeianarum antiquitatum historia, Vol. 1: 1748 - 1818, Naples, (p.219-220).

 

The Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss/Slaby (See www.manfredclauss.de) records

 

] MAIAE(?)

[3] tertio leg(?)

/

Ampliati [3] famil(ia) glad(iatoria) pugn(abit)

Form[i]is ve[nat(io)] spars(iones) et vel(a) er[unt]

/

Totius orbis desiderium

mun[us meu]m ubi(que)

cum P[a]mp[h]ilo [et] Fortunato   [CIL IV 1184]

 

C(aius) Iun(ius) Iarinus

aed(ilem) I D v(irum)   [CIL IV 1092]

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Entrance from Via Stabiana into Gladiators Barracks.
Alternative drawing of inscriptions on left wall as recorded in CIL IV.
See Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum Vol. IV, Supp 2, Part 1, 1898. Berlin: Reimer, p. 204 CIL IV 1184.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Entrance from Via Stabiana into Gladiators Barracks.

Alternative drawing of inscriptions on left wall as recorded in CIL IV.

See Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum Vol. IV, Supp 2, Part 1, 1898. Berlin: Reimer, p. 204 CIL IV 1184.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Inscriptions on right wall as you exit the Quartiere.
The letters of the word POMPEIS are 2 ½ palms high, the others are in proportion; the colours are mentioned next to them.

Pompeis   [CIL IV 1186]

Perenninus
Ocellae Nympheroti 
Ikaro unico sal(utem)   [CIL IV 1093]

Actar famil gi     [CIL IV 1186]

N(umeri) Popidi
Rufi fam(ilia) glad(iatoria) [p]u[g]n(abit) Pompeis venati[o]
ex XII K(alendas) Mai(as) mal<i=A> [e]t vela erunt [3]o procurator[i]
felicitas   [CIL IV, 1186]

Gutta Pompeianis
sal(utem)    [CIL IV, 01093a]

See The Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss/Slaby (See www.manfredclauss.de) 
See Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum Vol. IV, Supp 2, Part 1, 1898. Berlin: Reimer, p. 63 and p. 75.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Inscriptions on right wall as you exit the Quartiere.

The letters of the word POMPEIS are 2 ½ palms high, the others are in proportion; the colours are mentioned next to them.

 

Pompeis   [CIL IV 1186]

 

Perenninus

Ocellae Nympheroti

Ikaro unico sal(utem)   [CIL IV 1093]

 

actar famil gi     [CIL IV 1186]

 

N(umeri) Popidi

Rufi fam(ilia) glad(iatoria) [p]u[g]n(abit) Pompeis venati[o]

ex XII K(alendas) Mai(as) mal<i=A> [e]t vela erunt [3]o procurator[i]

felicitas   [CIL IV, 1186]


Gutta Pompeianis

sal(utem)    [CIL IV, 01093a]

 

See The Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss/Slaby (See www.manfredclauss.de)

See Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum Vol. IV, Supp 2, Part 1, 1898. Berlin: Reimer, p. 63 and p. 75.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Inscription found under POMPEIS of CIL IV 1186.
The Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss/Slaby (See www.manfredclauss.de) records

Perenninus
Ocellae Nympheroti
Ikaro unico sal(utem)   [CIL IV 1093]

“Perenninus to Ocella, Ninferotes and Icarus, a special greeting”
Now in Naples Archaeological Museum. Inventory number 4663.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Inscription found under POMPEIS of CIL IV 1186.

The Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss/Slaby (See www.manfredclauss.de) records

 

Perenninus

Ocellae Nympheroti

Ikaro unico sal(utem)   [CIL IV 1093]

Perenninus to Ocella, Ninferotes and Icarus, a special greeting”

Now in Naples Archaeological Museum. Inventory number 4663.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. The above inscription was found, (dated 6th August 1768) whose letters were on. 7 high and written in black.
This was found under the first inscription above, transcribed in PAH Report of 23rd July.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. The above inscription was found, (dated 6th August 1768) whose letters were on. 7 high and written in black.

This was found under the first inscription above, transcribed in PAH Report of 23rd July.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Inscription found under CIL IV 1184 and CIL IV 1092.
The Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss/Slaby (See www.manfredclauss.de) records
Popidio Rufo invicto munera(rio) ter
defensoribus colo(no)rum feliciter   [CIL IV 1094]
 “To Popidius Rufus, unsurpassed organizer of gladiator games, to the protectors of the colonists, with well wishes”.
Now in Naples Archaeological Museum. Inventory number 4660.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Inscription found under CIL IV 1184 and CIL IV 1092.

The Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss/Slaby (See www.manfredclauss.de) records

Popidio Rufo invicto munera(rio) ter

defensoribus colo(no)rum feliciter   [CIL IV 1094]
 “To Popidius Rufus, unsurpassed organizer of gladiator games, to the protectors of the colonists, with well wishes”.

Now in Naples Archaeological Museum. Inventory number 4660.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. 
The above inscription was found near to the last inscription, transcribed in Report of 23rd July, whose letters were pal 1 ¾ high, and written in black. Other than the noted inscriptions, the walls are covered with many others, but all are erased or unreadable.
See Fiorelli G., 1860. Pompeianarum antiquitatum historia, Vol. 1: 1748 - 1818, Naples, (p.222, dated 6th August 1768).

VIII.7.16 Pompeii.

The above inscription was found near to the last inscription, transcribed in Report of 23rd July, whose letters were pal 1 ¾ high, and written in black. Other than the noted inscriptions, the walls are covered with many others, but all are erased or unreadable.

See Fiorelli G., 1860. Pompeianarum antiquitatum historia, Vol. 1: 1748 - 1818, Naples, (p.222, dated 6th August 1768).

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Inscription outside of the main entrance of the Quartiere.
According to PAH, 6th August 1768, p.221-2 –
“Having advanced the excavation outside of the main entrance of the Quartiere, a painted frieze had been discovered pal. 8 high with 5 partitions, three with branches of herbs that almost pretend to be the espaliers of gardens, and two with views of the countryside of little merit and so faded/destroyed, that they do not deserve any attention. 
In the plaster that remains above these paintings there are various painted inscriptions, of which the one that can best be recognised is the one seen above.
The letters of the first line of this inscription are pal. 1 2/3, high, those of the three other successive lines are on. 3 high and are all black, the first letters of the fourth line up to VENATIO are red of the same height as the others, VELA ERVNT was written with black characters, and the letters are a little smaller than the others.”

PAH, 6 Agosto 768, p.221-2 -
“Essendosi avanzato lo scavo fuori l’ingresso principale del Quartiere, si era scoperto un fregio dipinto alto pal. 8 con 5 ripartimenti, tre con rami d’erbe che fingono quasi delle spalliere di giardini, e due con vedute di campagna di poco merito e cosi patite, che non meritano nessuna attenzione. 
Nell’intonaco che resta sopra queste pitture si travedono varie iscrizioni dipinte, delle quali quella che meglio si possa conoscere era:
Le lettere della prima linea di questa iscrizione sono alte pal. 1 2/3, quelle delle tre altre linee successive sono alte on.3 e sono tutte nere, le prime lettere della quarta linea sino a VENATIO sono rosse della stessa altezza delle altre, VELA ERVNT era scritto con caratteri neri, e le lettere sono un poco più piccole delle altre.”
See Fiorelli G., 1860. Pompeianarum antiquitatum historia, Vol. 1: 1748 - 1818, Naples, (p.221-2, 6th August 1768).

According to Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss/Slaby (See www.manfredclauss.de) this reads

Pro salute
[Imp(eratoris) Vespasiani] Caesaris Augu[sti] li[b]e[ro]rumqu[e]
[eius ob] dedicationem arae [glad(iatorum) par(ia) 3] Cn(aei) [All]ei Nigidi Mai
flami[nis] Caesaris Augusti pugn(abunt) Pompeis sine ulla dilation
IIII Non(as) Iul(ias) venatio [sparsiones] vela erunt   [CIL IV 1180]

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Inscription outside of the main entrance of the Quartiere.

According to PAH, 6th August 1768, p.221-2 –

“Having advanced the excavation outside of the main entrance of the Quartiere, a painted frieze had been discovered pal. 8 high with 5 partitions, three with branches of herbs that almost pretend to be the espaliers of gardens, and two with views of the countryside of little merit and so faded/destroyed, that they do not deserve any attention.

In the plaster that remains above these paintings there are various painted inscriptions, of which the one that can best be recognised is the one seen above.

The letters of the first line of this inscription are pal. 1 2/3, high, those of the three other successive lines are on. 3 high and are all black, the first letters of the fourth line up to VENATIO are red of the same height as the others, VELA ERVNT was written with black characters, and the letters are a little smaller than the others.”

 

PAH, 6 Agosto 768, p.221-2 -

“Essendosi avanzato lo scavo fuori l’ingresso principale del Quartiere, si era scoperto un fregio dipinto alto pal. 8 con 5 ripartimenti, tre con rami d’erbe che fingono quasi delle spalliere di giardini, e due con vedute di campagna di poco merito e cosi patite, che non meritano nessuna attenzione.

Nell’intonaco che resta sopra queste pitture si travedono varie iscrizioni dipinte, delle quali quella che meglio si possa conoscere era:

Le lettere della prima linea di questa iscrizione sono alte pal. 1 2/3, quelle delle tre altre linee successive sono alte on.3 e sono tutte nere, le prime lettere della quarta linea sino a VENATIO sono rosse della stessa altezza delle altre, VELA ERVNT era scritto con caratteri neri, e le lettere sono un poco più piccole delle altre.”

See Fiorelli G., 1860. Pompeianarum antiquitatum historia, Vol. 1: 1748 - 1818, Naples, (p.221-2, 6th August 1768).

 

According to Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss/Slaby (See www.manfredclauss.de) this reads


Pro salute

[Imp(eratoris) Vespasiani] Caesaris Augu[sti] li[b]e[ro]rumqu[e]

[eius ob] dedicationem arae [glad(iatorum) par(ia) 3] Cn(aei) [All]ei Nigidi Mai

flami[nis] Caesaris Augusti pugn(abunt) Pompeis sine ulla dilation

IIII Non(as) Iul(ias) venatio [sparsiones] vela erunt   [CIL IV 1180]


VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2005. Entrance from Via Stabiana into Gladiators Barracks, looking west.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2005. Entrance from Via Stabiana into Gladiators Barracks, looking west.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. June 2019. Looking east in north-east corner showing towards the entrance from VIII.7.16. 
Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. June 2019. Looking east in north-east corner showing the entrance from VIII.7.16. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

 

VIII.7.17 Pompeii, on left, and VIII.7.16, on right. December 2018. Looking east to entrances. Photo courtesy of Aude Durand.

VIII.7.17 Pompeii, on left, and VIII.7.16, on right. December 2018. Looking east to entrances. Photo courtesy of Aude Durand.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. May 2006. Entrances to VIII.7.17 Little Theatre from Gladiators Barracks.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. May 2006. Entrances to VIII.7.17 Little Theatre from Gladiators Barracks.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii.  December 2007. North east corner.  Three Ionic columns that formed the entrance hall on the side of the colonnade.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2007. North-east corner. Three Ionic columns that formed the entrance hall on the side of the colonnade.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. 1849. 
Painting by Laurits Albert Winstrup, looking towards north-east corner and the three Ionic columns that formed the entrance hall on the side of the colonnade.
Photo © Danmarks Kunstbibliotek, inventory number ark_6106.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. 1849.

Painting by Laurits Albert Winstrup, looking towards north-east corner and the three Ionic columns that formed the entrance hall on the side of the colonnade.

Photo © Danmarks Kunstbibliotek, inventory number ark_6106.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Sketch, north-east corner, looking north towards entrance to Theatre.
See Lesueur, Jean-Baptiste Ciceron. Voyage en Italie de Jean-Baptiste Ciceron Lesueur (1794-1883), pl. 75.
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VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Sketch, north-east corner, looking north towards entrance to Theatre.

See Lesueur, Jean-Baptiste Ciceron. Voyage en Italie de Jean-Baptiste Ciceron Lesueur (1794-1883), pl. 75.

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VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Pre-1827. Drawing, looking north towards entrance to Theatre, from east side of Portico.
See Real Museo Borbonico, vol. IV, tav. XL, (40).

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Pre-1827. Drawing, looking north towards entrance to Theatre, from east side of Portico.

See Real Museo Borbonico, Vol. IV, Tav. XL, (40).

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. June 2019. Steps in north-east corner. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. June 2019. Steps in north-east corner. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2018. 
Looking north-west towards the large theatre, from north-east corner. Photo courtesy of Aude Durand.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2018.

Looking north-west towards the large theatre, from north-east corner. Photo courtesy of Aude Durand.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2015. Looking north-west towards the large theatre, from north-east corner.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2015. Looking north-west towards the large theatre, from north-east corner.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Between 1819 and 1832, sketch by W. Gell, looking north-west towards the large theatre, from north-east corner.
See Gell, W. Pompeii unpublished [Dessins de l'édition de 1832 donnant le résultat des fouilles post 1819 (?)] vol II, pl. 56 verso.
Bibliothèque de l'Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art, collections Jacques Doucet, Identifiant numérique Num MS180 (2).
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VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Between 1819 and 1832, sketch by W. Gell, looking north-west towards the large theatre, from north-east corner.

See Gell, W. Pompeii unpublished [Dessins de l'édition de 1832 donnant le résultat des fouilles post 1819 (?)] vol II, pl. 56 verso.

Bibliothèque de l'Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art, collections Jacques Doucet, Identifiant numérique Num MS180 (2).

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VIII.7.16 Pompeii.  May 2006. Looking west from north east corner.  A few of the 74 Doric columns that enclosed the large open central area.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. May 2006. Looking west from north-east corner. A few of the 74 Doric columns that enclosed the large open central area.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii.  May 2006. Ionic Capital.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. May 2006. Ionic Capital.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. May 2006.  Ionic Capital.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. May 2006. Ionic Capital.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii.  May 2006. Ionic Capital with Doric columns behind.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. May 2006. Ionic Capital with Doric columns behind.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2018. 
Looking north-west along the north side towards steps to Triangular Forum. Photo courtesy of Aude Durand.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2018.

Looking north-west along the north side towards steps to Triangular Forum. Photo courtesy of Aude Durand.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii.  May 2006. Looking west along the north side.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. May 2006. Looking west along the north side.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. June 2019. North-east corner, looking south along east side.
Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. June 2019. North-east corner, looking south along east side. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Drawing by J-B. C. Lesueur "Il Campo dei Soldati. Pompeia". Looking south along the east side, from north-east corner.
See Lesueur, Jean-Baptiste Ciceron. Voyage en Italie de Jean-Baptiste Ciceron Lesueur (1794-1883), pl. 68.
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VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Drawing by J-B. C. Lesueur "Il Campo dei Soldati. Pompeia". Looking south along the east side, from north-east corner.

See Lesueur, Jean-Baptiste Ciceron. Voyage en Italie de Jean-Baptiste Ciceron Lesueur (1794-1883), pl. 68.

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VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Pre-1829. Sketch of view looking south from north-east corner.
See Real Museo Borbonico, Vol. V, 1829, Tav. X, (10).

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. Pre-1829. Sketch of view looking south from north-east corner.

See Real Museo Borbonico, Vol. V, 1829, Tav. X, (10).

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. June 2019. Looking south along east side, from north-east corner.
Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. June 2019. Looking south along east side, from north-east corner. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2018. Looking across north-east corner, towards south-west. Photo courtesy of Aude Durand.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2018. Looking across north-east corner, towards south-west. Photo courtesy of Aude Durand.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii.  December 2007. North east corner.  Looking south along east side.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2007. North-east corner. Looking south along east side.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. August 2021. Looking south-west from north-east corner of portico. Photo courtesy of Robert Hanson.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. August 2021. Looking south-west from north-east corner of portico. Photo courtesy of Robert Hanson.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2018. Looking south-west from north-east corner. Photo courtesy of Aude Durand.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2018. Looking south-west from north-east corner. Photo courtesy of Aude Durand.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2017. North-east corner, looking south-west. Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2017. North-east corner, looking south-west. Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. June 2019. Looking south-west across central area. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. June 2019. Looking south-west across central area. Photo courtesy of Buzz Ferebee.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. April 2013. Looking south-west across central area, from north-east.
Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. April 2013. Looking south-west across central area, from north-east. Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii.  September 2005. North east corner.  Looking south west across central area.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2005. North-east corner. Looking south-west across central area.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. April 2018. Looking south and south-west across central area. Photo courtesy of Ian Lycett-King. Use is subject to Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License v.4 International.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. April 2018. Looking south and south-west across central area.

Photo courtesy of Ian Lycett-King. Use is subject to Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License v.4 International.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. April 2014. Looking south across central area. Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. April 2014. Looking south across central area. Photo courtesy of Klaus Heese.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. 1944. 
Looking south across east side of Gladiators’ Barracks. Photo courtesy of Rick Bauer.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. 1944.

Looking south across east side of Gladiators’ Barracks. Photo courtesy of Rick Bauer.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2005.  Gladiators Barracks looking north to the Large Theatre.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2005. Gladiators Barracks looking north to the Large Theatre.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii.  September 2005. Looking south along the east side.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2005. Looking south along the east side.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2005.  Entrance to small room on east side.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2005. Entrance to small room on east side.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2015. East side, looking towards area that may have been the dining and kitchen area.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. September 2015. East side, looking towards area that may have been the dining and kitchen area.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2007.  Possible dining area and kitchen on east side.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2007. Possible dining area and kitchen on east side.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii.  December 2007. Room on east side.

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. December 2007. Room on east side.

 

VIII.7.16 Pompeii. 1964. Wilhelmina and colleagues near room on east side.  Photo by Stanley A. Jashemski.
Source: The Wilhelmina and Stanley A. Jashemski archive in the University of Maryland Library, Special Collections (See collection page) and made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial License v.4. See Licence and use details.
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VIII.7.16 Pompeii. 1964.

Wilhelmina and colleagues near room on east side. Photo by Stanley A. Jashemski.

Source: The Wilhelmina and Stanley A. Jashemski archive in the University of Maryland Library, Special Collections (See collection page) and made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial License v.4. See Licence and use details.

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